Warning Siren

23 November 2012 16 Comments Home » Animals | Pets

Obscured by the horde, listening for
a warning siren, hungering for the
unreachable space.


A rabbit listens for a warning siren

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European rabbit | Oryctolagus cuniculus

16 Comments »

  • Mike on 500px said:

    Great shot.

  • Emily on 500px said:

    Great photo – well done! Love it.

  • Phyllis on 500px said:

    Just read a book with my youngest, of a very nasty witch who likes to eat bunny rabbits more than anything. So the rabbits come up with a plan to outsmart her, and replace all the real bunnies with stuffed toys.Only one, very brave rabbit stays put to watch out and warn the others in case she realizes the deception and wreaks havoc. And I think your photo shows exactly this one brave bunny whose name I already forgot. 🙂 Great photo, Rick!

  • Cicely on G+ said:

    Wonderful capture! :)

  • Vince on G+ said:

    Nice shot! Love the composition and depth of field.

  • Ferdy on Jungle Dragon said:

    A refreshing new angle on your familiar style, Rick. Love the shot!

  • Helen Frost said:

    Beautiful.

  • Anatoliy on G+ said:

    Amazing light!

  • Robin on G+ said:

    fantastic shot!!

  • Kathe Koja said:

    Love love love.

  • Diane said:

    Is it Easter already? Nice capture R.L. (I’ve been seeing lots of bunnies around lately)

  • Rick said:

    Thanks Diane. One of our backyard tenants.

  • Phyllis on 500px said:

    Hi Rick, just checked the title of the book I was talking about for you, it is called “The Witch Family” by Eleanor Estes. 🙂 Have a lovely evening!

  • Ludo on Jungle Dragon said:

    Amazing contrast, a tiny essence of spring. 🙂

  • Ágúst on 500px said:

    Great shot!!

  • Steven on Focusing On Wildlife said:

    Wonderful post… makes me want to re-read “Watership Down!”

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